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Waterloo Adventures, the Floating Water Park, Makes a Texas-size Splash

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Lake Travis Waterloo Adventures is a massive floating water park in the Texas Hill Country that you need in your life! Located just a 40-minute drive from downtown Austin, the “ultimate Lake Travis experience” awaits you at this amazing outdoor challenge course. Putting safety and family fun first, this unique style of water play is something you have to see to believe, and it opens on May 4, 2019, for its second season.

Beginning with a boat ride to the exclusive “Adventure Island,” this memorable water getaway features a floating obstacle course and water park rolled into one. There’s also access to a private beach, and accommodations that are fit for a family of six, a group holiday, or a team-building event! 80 people can be on the challenge course at once, so larger groups and families can take advantage of some amazing water fun for all ages. Thrill seekers need look no further than this amazing experience for a fun-loving time. With a series of water trials, the “Floating Challenge Course” has something for everyone in your group. Everybody from beginners to splash-sport specialists will find the variety of water playground obstacles fun and challenging in this aqua course that’s equal to two football fields in size.

Waterloo Adventures, the Floating Water Park, Makes a Texas-size Splash
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The park features over 70 exciting and fast-paced challenges, including climbing walls, hurdles, monkey bars, and bridges, and so much more. Guests are given 45 minutes to play on or complete the course plus unlimited access to the Aqua Park. With an exciting springboard jumping tower, a 25-foot trampoline of your dreams, and even a wild free-fall waterslide, this place can wear you out – in a good way! There’s also a 12-foot climbing wall (aptly named the Iceburg) in the water park area, which has unlimited time. And that’s not the only thing that’s unlimited – there are free lockers, free sun umbrellas and chaise lounge chairs, free floaties, and free parking! Visitors must be at least seven years old and 45-inches tall. Tickets are $54 per trip, with second challenge course sessions available for $10. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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